Treating cerebral folate deficiency is critical to the success of these children. If the symptoms of autism can be reduced or eliminated, these children will have better educational opportunities and the possibility of independent living as adults. There simply isn't enough support for the growing number of autistic children who are and will be approaching adulthood.
Our organization needs the support of our community so that we can continue to help families with cerebral folate deficiency. The children and families affected by autism and cerebral folate deficiency need our help.
Welcome to the Cerebral Folate Deficiency Research organization. We are dedicated to researching the connection between cerebral folate deficiency and autism in the hope of finding a cure. Autism affects 1 in 68 children, according to the CDC with boys being more affected than girls. More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than cancer, diabetes and AIDS combined.
Autism affects 1 in 68 children.